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They official trailer for Nicole’s film Destroyer has been released.


October 17, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

I have added scans of Nicole’s feature in Marie Claire … I really love this shoot!


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Nicole Kidman Online > PUBLICATIONS > 2018 > October | Marie Claire


October 17, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Came across this photoshoot that was done last year that I had never seen before for Los Angeles Magazine. I have added the outtakes to the gallery.


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Nicole Kidman Online > Outtakes > 2017 > 036


October 16, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Nicole is featured in the new New York magazine and here is an excerpt from her interview. She opens up about her first powerful decision, a little about her marriage to Tom Cruise, and about winning her Oscar.

My power in the industry is being able to go, “Can we get this made?” And people saying, “We’ll give you some money.” And then I get to make the choices: “I want this person cast, I want this director.” It’s astounding when people listen. But I still don’t have a lot of power. Destroyer was hard to get made. You have a female director, Karyn Kusama. You have me in a lead role as an avenging undercover cop who looks the way I look in that movie — not glamorous. It’s about a very complicated, angry woman. People are not going, “We can’t wait to make this film!”

Jane Campion was the first great mind to take an interest in me. She pulled me off a stage in a local theater where I was doing Sweet Bird of Youth, playing the princess at 14 years old — ridiculous! I just went on a hike with her, and one of the important things to emphasize — women helping women. We share … information, books, podcasts, ideas, tragedies. It’s very different from networking, which sounds clinical. It’s going, “I’m your safety net,” or “I’m here if you need to vent.”

As to whether a woman has ever held me back, I wouldn’t know, because a lot of times it’s insidious, right? But I’m from a family that’s primarily female, so my ability to navigate relationships with women was set very early.

The first powerful decision I made in my life was buying an apartment at 19. I paid cash — I’d saved all my money. It was tiny, a studio on top of a sewing shop in Sydney. If everything went awry, I knew I had a floor to sleep on.

Being married to Tom Cruise at 22 is something I’m always reluctant to talk about, because I’m married now to the man who is my great love [Keith Urban], and it almost feels disrespectful.

That said, I got married very young, but it definitely wasn’t power for me — it was protection. I married for love, but being married to an extremely powerful man kept me from being sexually harassed. I would work, but I was still very much cocooned. So when I came out of it at 32, 33, it’s almost like I had to grow up.

Of course I’ve had #MeToo moments — since I was little! But do I want to expose them in an article? No. Do they come out in my work? Absolutely. I’m open and raw. I want to have my well of experience and emotion tapped into, used — and I’m not just talking about sexual harassment. I’m talking about loss, death, the full array of life. But it has to be by the right people so it’s not abused again. I’m making a movie with Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie about Roger Ailes. [Kidman is playing Gretchen Carlson.]

Winning an Oscar for The Hours, in 2003, I didn’t even notice the power then. I don’t know if it’s my self-esteem, but I still struggle to stand in that place and say, I’ve earned this. That’s probably good, because it keeps me in a state of wonder and humility and going, Wow! You want me?


October 16, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Here Nicole speak about what she wanted to portray in her character from Destroyer plus Karyn Kusama speaks about directing and working with Nicole.

Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman talks about her dramatic physical transformation for her latest movie, ‘Destroyer,’ which premiered in London.


October 15, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Sunday found Nicole at the BFI London Film Festival for the European premiere of her new film Destroyer. Nicole wore a black suit by Armani Privé which she paired with a black tie and a fuschia dress shirt.


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Nicole Kidman Online > 2018 > October 14 | BFI London Film Festival – Destroyer Premiere


October 15, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

This weekend Nicole attended the New Members Reception for The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences. She looked beautiful in a beautiful blue Ralph Lauren gown.


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Nicole Kidman Online > 2018 > October 13 | The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences New Members Reception


October 15, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Nicole is featured on the cover of one of the New York Magazine along with activists Ai-jen Poo.

For New York’s October 15–28, 2018, issue, the magazine devoted 61 pages in print to the theme of women and power, talking to over 70 powerful women about winning power, wielding it, losing it, fighting for it, holding onto it. With an introduction by Hanna Rosin, the package includes Nancy Pelosi on being the boss of her party; Anita Hill on Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and the hierarchy of who is believed; Samantha Bee on the freedom of being a woman over 40 on TV; Gabrielle Hamilton and Ashley Merriman on walking away from the Spotted Pig; Barbra Streisand on singing out about her feelings; Stormy Daniels on the pressure of being in charge of saving the world; Lena Dunham on how her relationship to power has come full circle; and many more.

Since the scope of this feature couldn’t be encapsulated by a single cover, this issue of New York has 12 covers — 8 in print, and 4 digital-only. The women featured on these covers include actress Glenda Jackson; Nancy Pelosi and Ilhan Omar, the Somali-American politician elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives; Anita Hill; Barbra Streisand and 11-year-old gun violence activist Naomi Wadler; Lena Waithe and retired United States Air Force General Lori Robinson; Stormy Daniels; Nicole Kidman and activist Ai-jen Poo; screenwriter and director Dee Rees; Nikki Haley; chef Gabrielle Hamilton; 8-year-old actress Brooklynn Prince; and activist Lilly Ledbetter. Each of the covers was shot by Amanda Demme, who photographed 37 total women for the issue. The package also includes original videos produced with Laverne Cox, Stormy Daniels, and Lauren Simmons, the only full-time woman trader at the New York Stock Exchange.

“It was really about trying to get interesting combinations of people from different backgrounds together so that a single issue could project an idea of the diversity of women we were going after,” New York photography director Jody Quon says when asked how the magazine chose its cover subjects. The inspiration behind the aesthetic of the photographs was strength, Quon explains, referring to the way in which each shot highlights the individual with simple, stark backgrounds. “Just super-simple and very present.”


October 15, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Check out this new Aquaman Trailer that gives us a bit more of Nicole as Queen Atlanta!


October 5, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Congratulations to Nicole! The Hollywood Reporter has released that the Hollywood Film Awards will be honoring Nicole with their Career Achievement Award on November 4th.

The ‘Boy Erased’ actress will receive the honor for her work in film.

Nicole Kidman will receive the Hollywood Career Achievement Award at the 2018 Hollywood Film Awards, which will take place on Nov. 4 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.

The HFA selected Kidman for her diverse resume of acting roles, ranging from Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge! to Garth Davis’ Lion, as well as for her work spotlighting independent, female filmmakers through her production company Blossom Films. The actress has nabbed four Oscar nominations throughout her decades-long career, with one best actress win for The Hours. She has also been nominated for 11 Golden Globe awards, winning four, for To Die For, Moulin Rouge!, The Hours and Big Little Lies.

Her credits at Blossom Films include Big Little Lies, for which she won a Golden Globe and an Emmy for portraying a victim of domestic violence. The HBO series, which also stars Shailene Woodley, Reese Witherspoon, Zoe Kravitz and Meryl Streep, recently began production on its second season.

Last year, four of Kidman’s projects debuted at Cannes Film Festival, including Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake: China Girl, Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled and John Cameron Mitchell’s How to Talk to Girls at Parties. She can next be seen alongside Russell Crowe, Joel Edgerton and Lucas Hedges in Boy Erased, which hits theaters Nov. 2.

The Hollywood Film Awards span multiple categories spotlighting cinematography, visual effects, film composing, costume design, editing and more. Additional winners will be announced in the coming weeks.

The AMAs are produced by Dick Clark Productions, which shares a parent company with The Hollywood Reporter.


October 2, 2018  •  Leave a Comment


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